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Zero Motorcycles CEO advises obsessing over strategy

Zero Motorcycles CEO advises obsessing over strategy


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Insider Q&A: Zero Motorcycles' CEO on tax credits, rivals

Insider Q&A: Zero Motorcycles' CEO on tax credits, rivals


Companies pay investors record amounts to own their stocks

Invest in the company or retirement? More owners opt to save

Edmunds: How to shop for a car when interest rates are high

An old favorite joins battle for most valuable company

A funny thing happened in the competition to be the most valuable public company in the U.S.


Inflation angst: Businesses face higher labor, vendor costs

NEW YORK (AP) — Diners are willing to pay more at Manhattan's upscale Gotham Bar and Grill, but price increases these days aren't about snob appeal — the restaurant is contending with higher costs, particularly from rising wages.


On the Money: Meal kit companies offer holiday help

DETROIT (AP) — Subscription meal kit services can take some stress out of weekday dinners. But they may or may not help you fill your holiday table.


Edmunds: What you need to know about gap insurance

About 85 percent of new car buyers will use some sort of financing to pay for their vehicle, according to credit reporting company Experian. If you're such a buyer, you can expect that during your purchase a car dealership will try to sell you gap insurance.


Untuckit's future: more stores, roomy shirts for beefy guys

NEW YORK (AP) — When Untuckit launched six years ago, it was hard to find a men's shirt that could be worn untucked and didn't look sloppy. Now the company is facing competition from J. Crew, the Gap and other stores that have started to sell shortened shirts.


Betting on themselves: Share buybacks hit record high in 3Q

Corporations' appetite for buying back their own stock has hit a record high.


Betting on themselves: Share buybacks hit record high in 3Q

Corporations' appetite for buying back their own stock has hit a record high.


Utilities encourage energy savings with smart thermostats

NEW YORK (AP) - As temperatures drop and winter looms, homeowners and property managers are sweeping chimneys, insulating pipes and swapping screens for storm windows.


Businesses must learn new tax law or pay the price in 2019

NEW YORK (AP) — Small business owners who don't take time to understand the new tax law may be in for a painful filing season next spring.


Edmunds: 4 can-do crossovers for under $30,000

Crossover SUVs are growing in popularity every year. They provide lots of interior space, an easy-to-drive demeanor and optional all-wheel drive for enhanced traction in poor road conditions. They're also available with all of the latest safety tech and infotainment systems. But which one should you get if you've got a modest budget?


Insider Q&A: Mars Inc.'s Stephen Badger

Mars Inc. marches to its own beat.


Stocks have struggled in 2018. Bonds too. Oh, and gold.

NEW YORK (AP) — Even the most balanced investors have gotten knocked on their heels this year.


Travelers can find tools to weigh safety of foreign airlines

International air travel has become remarkably safe in recent years, with deadly accidents like last month's Lion Air crash in Indonesia becoming more rare.


With Uber Eats' fast growth comes potential for profit

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — In three years, the Uber Eats restaurant food delivery service has grown from an experiment to serving much of the U.S. and major cities worldwide.


Investors wonder if earnings growth is as good as it'll get

NEW YORK (AP) — Here's the challenge when something's as good as it gets: What comes next?


Advance pay service may reduce use of payday loans

NEW YORK (AP) — Americans take out roughly $50 billion in payday loans a year, each racking up hundreds of dollars in fees and interest. But a small and growing service that allows its users to take an advance on their paycheck might be giving the payday loan industry a run for its money.


Bound to fail: Poor choices can ruin business partnerships

NEW YORK (AP) — Nearly a year after Courtney Jackson launched her clothing business, she took on a partner to help manage the company's growth. A month into the partnership, something was wrong.


Edmunds: How to make your car's safety features work for you

Drivers are used to traditional passive safety features, such as airbags and seat belts, that help limit injury in case of an accident. But vehicle safety is changing dramatically. The latest vehicles have safety features that can help prevent an accident in the first place. A potential problem, however, is that drivers aren't fully ready for them.


October marks worst month for US stocks in 7 years

LOS ANGELES (AP) — What a difference a month makes.


Small businesses up the ante in quest for seasonal help

NEW YORK (AP) — Chris Welles isn't taking chances with holiday staffing. He's paying seasonal employees more than last year and offering sports and theater tickets to persuade people to work at his stores rather than at giants like Amazon.


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Shooting in Albany leaves one dead, one injured

Shooting in Albany leaves one dead, one injured

State committee releases report on possible raise for lawmakers

State committee releases report on possible raise for lawmakers

Car flips over on busy Albany road

Car flips over on busy Albany road

Victims identified in Washington County crash that killed woman

Victims identified in Washington County crash that killed woman

Abandoned dog from Troy on the mend

Troy police sent out this photo of the dog on Monday morning.

Former SUNY Poly head being sentenced in bid rigging case

In this July 15, 2014 file photo, Alain Kaloyeros speaks during an economic development news conference in Niskayuna, N.Y.

Bail set at $250k for accused drug dealer in Schuylerville

Bail set at $250k for accused drug dealer in Schuylerville

4 US House reps seek federal probe of NY agency for disabled

4 US House reps seek federal probe of NY agency for disabled

Victim killed in Coxsackie fire was former firefighter

Victim killed in Coxsackie fire was former firefighter

4-year-old child recovering after being hit by car in Schenectady

4-year-old child recovering after being hit by car in Schenectady

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